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Re: seed storage

> Certain seeds can be stored for different amounts of time. Somewhere
>there is a list of the times, temperatures, and methods of storage.
There is a book, can't remember the name by Dr(?) Norman Deno.
It contains all kinds of info on seeds, how to germinate them, if they must
be used fresh, etc.  That may have the info you want.  Anyone else familiar
with this book?  A friend showed me his copy but I don't know where he got
it from.

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